Obrigado (Thank You), Pele!!
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¥80,000 equals US$584.37.
Parents can just get months of baby food and accessories.
Kinda cheap, ain't it?
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You can still order from Mandarake Online.
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Rest In Peace, Anne.
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Don't they have babysitters in Japan?
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Perhaps removing child porno magazines and innapropriate anime from every convenience store in Japan might be intelligent move first.
They're already gone! They disappeared from the magazinge racks of all of Japan's convenience stores before the 2020 Olympics to give Tokyo a "family-friendly" face!
Plus, removing all the ecchi Anime will only anger Japan's Otaku further!
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What about the nude selfies of consenting adults? Will the app erase them, too?
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Pretty soon, the Japanese people may have to insult and curse out those politicians IN PERSON and straight IN THEIR FACES!!
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At least the new Doctor will be a MAN this time!!
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The system "could lead to the offender becoming a social outcast," GOOD!!
A sex offender being made a social outcast (pariah) may go through negative changes of behaviour and could even become aggressive, more dangerous and even resort to far worse acts of violence (i.e.: Robbery, Murder, Terrorism)!
Rehabilitation is far better than ostracism!
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“We know infectious diseases aren’t going away ever,” Daishiro Yamagiwa said Wednesday at the Japan National Press Club in Tokyo. “Co-existing with them while revitalizing the economy toward growth is our job,” he said.
What is he? NUTS!?
COVID is a viral disease! It makes you sick! It could even KILL YOU!
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As the new policy went into effect, some parents at a public bath in Tokyo’s Higashikurume district weren’t happy about the stricter rules, as shown in the video below. A father who came with his three children, two sons and an eight-year-old daughter, was disappointed that the group won’t all be able to go into the bath together, as was the girl herself.
Some parents who are opposed to this can just go to public baths outside Tokyo!
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We need to bring back corporal punishment for cases like this to deter other cowards from thinking this is a good way to end their lives.
How will corporal punishment stop these jerks? They probably been beaten, slapped, whipped, etc. when they were youngsters! Violence will only produce more violence!
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Parents in ALL THE WORLD need to keep a more watchful eye on their children.
Kentarogaijin is RIGHT! This horrible thing happens EVERYWHERE, even where I live!
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Parents, in Japan particularly, need to keep a more watchful eye on their children.
"..In Japan particularly"?
This sort of thing is a WORLDWIDE problem! It happens in the U.S. where I live, in the U.K, Canada,
Africa, even in the Vatican!
It even happens where YOU live, too.
So before you start blaming other countries for problems like this, think about YOUR country's problems first!
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How many seats does Komeito have now?
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That creep's punishment is a 9,000 yen (US$82) fine?
He deserves LIFE!
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This was bound to happen one day, and now that day has come!!
The day cyberbullies and "cancel culture trolls" get their comeuppance.
Good for Mrs. Kimura to bring those creeps to civil justice so that her dear Hana can soon rest in peace.
JUSTICE FOR HANA!!
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Thankfully, the Japanese Communist Party is fighting unnecessary school rules like this!
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“The nail that stands up must be hammered down!”
"Hammers" CAN be destroyed!
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Hasn't he learned his lesson from the last time he did this?
Besides, now is not the appropriate time to prepare the country for the Olympic Games. The nation is still healing from the double disasters.
The Olympics money held by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government should be used for sheltering the homeless and non-nuclear electricity projects before they can they host the Olympic Games---if Tokyo win, of course.
Given Ishihara's character, the IOC might pass on Tokyo again. Unless he resigns in a year or two or pass away, given his age.
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